Song For When You Need A Good Cry

Anyone who knows me knows that I’m not the most emotional person: in fact, I have an unwritten rule for myself to not let anyone else see me cry (partially because I feel really uncomfortable and also because I have a crying face that’s worse than Kim Kardashian’s). My Capricorn roots absolutely refuse to let people around me see me when I am vulnerable, and instead I try to keep a happy attitude towards everything. Every once in a while, though, I need to just  go into my room, play some sad music, and let it all out. I think we can all agree that with all of the challenges of 2020 so far, there are a lot more days where we just need a good cry. Here are some of the go-to songs that will bring on the waterworks when I’ve had a tough day. 


Lonely (Noah Cyrus) 


the first one (Caro, James Droll) 


Supermarket Flowers (Ed Sheeran) 


Bruises (Lewis Capaldi) 


Obsolete (Regina Spektor) 


Tequila- The Vocals (Dan + Shay)


I’ll Never Love Again (Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper) 


I Love You (Woodkid) 


Dancing On My Own (Calum Scott) 


Have Mercy (Eryn Allen Kane) 


Medicine (Daughter) 


Heal (Tom Odell) 


Before You Go (Lewis Capaldi) 


Undrunk (FLETCHER) 


Without Me (Halsey) 


you broke me first (Tate McRae) 


You should be sad (Halsey) 


Silence (Marshmello, Khalid) 


Heather (Conan Gray)